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Indomitable D'Souza Produces Powerful America

Dinesh D'Souza's anti-Obama 2012 documentary 2016: Obama's America was a surprise smash hit, earning 33 million dollars to make it one of the most successful American documentaries ever. The film put forward D'Souza's thesis that Obama's need to feel himself worthy of an absent radical father caused him to view America as a guilty colonialist power that had to be taken down a peg. It predicted that America's enemies would grow stronger and its friends weaker as Obama progressed toward the end of his term. Much of what it predicted has come true.

You could tell D'Souza had hit a nerve when Obama toadies like Maureen Dowd went on the attack, accusing the Indian immigrant of racism! (What an original way for a leftist to counter an argument she doesn't like. Funny no leftist has ever thought of it before.) But if we needed any further proof that D'Souza had in fact tapped into a rich mine of truth, it came when the federal government, now an oppressive arm of a corrupt Chicago-style Democrat machine, caught the author and filmmaker in a minor transgression of campaign finance laws and threatened to throw him in prison for over a decade. (This, after all, is the way this administration deals with inconvenient filmmakers, as we know. It's quicker than the whole illegally-misuse-the-IRS-then-lose-the-evidence thing.)

D'Souza pled guilty; says he made a mistake; admits he's not above the law. What he hasn't done is fall silent in fear. Instead, he's courageously produced a follow-up to the movie that got beneath this corrupt president's thin skin and I'm delighted to report it's a very good one.